Ocean Eyes On Piano Letters
Ocean Eyes On Piano Letters – “Ocean Eyes Sheet Music PDF Billie Eilish” for Piano Sheet Music, Scoring Piano / Vocal / Guitar, Original key: E minor, sheet music PDF pages: 5, and Ocean Eyes Sheet Music PDF Billie Eilish song lyrics Free Download.
Ocean Eyes lyrics Billie Eilish Ocean Eyes I’ve had my eyes on you for so long Can’t stop gazing into those ocean eyes The city is on fire and the sky is napalm Fifteen flares inside those ocean eyes Your ocean eyes It’s not fair You sure know how to make me cry When did you give me the eyes of the ocean that I’m afraid I’ve never fallen from this height Falling into your oceanic eyes Those oceanic eyes I’ve walked through a blind world Can’t stop thinking your diamond thoughts A cautious creature befriends with time He left her lonely with a diamond mind And those ocean eyes It’s not fair You really know how to make me cry When you give me those ocean eyes I’m scared I’ve never fallen from this height Falling into your ocean eyes That’s ocean eyes It’s unfair You really know how to make me cry When you give me those ocean eyes , I’m afraid I’ve never fallen from this height Fall into your ocean eyes Those Ocean Eyes ***** “Ocean Eyes” (stylized in all lowercase) is a song by American singer and songwriter Billie Eilish. Originally published on SoundCloud on November 18, 2015, it was released on November 18, 2016, via Darkroom and Interscope Records. The song was written and produced by Eilish’s older brother Finneas O’Connel and originally written by Finneas for his band. Billie Eilish Sheet Music Follow us: Pinterest
Ocean Eyes On Piano Letters
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“Ocean Eyes” is my favorite Billie Eilish song, although it’s not the song that won her a GRAMMY.
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There are really only 3 chords for the main part, and chords are easy to play once you learn the inversions. And speaking of inversions, I’ll be using some of these today, so if you need a refresher (or lesson), check out our lesson on what inversions are and how to play them.
Looking at the key signature we can see that it is in the key of G major (or E natural minor if you prefer). There’s only F# to worry about, and every chord you see should be familiar.
The scratch sheet shows the melody with the chords listed above, so it’s up to you to fill in the rest.
What I recommend is playing a C major chord in 2nd inversion. So the notes are G – C – E. Then play the D chord on the first inversion, so the notes are F# – A – D. Then for the Em chord just play it in the root position – E – G – B.
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By playing the chords this way, you’ll maintain the melodic notes above each chord, which is what we want.
In Left Hand, play the root and 5th notes of each chord. You can also play single notes if you like.
When you do that, you will notice that your Left Hand is playing the keyboard UP, while your Right Hand is playing DOWN. This counter motion sounds great and it’s also a great way to practice your hand independence!
There, at the end of the line. And at the end of each similar sequence, you’ll see a G/B – G – C progression.
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G/B it can be confusing. This is called a “slash chord” and it means you play a G chord in the Right Hand with a B note in the bass. I like to use the 2nd inversion for the G chord.
See the G clef on the right? The notes are D – G – B. That is the 2nd inversion. And just a simple B note on the left.
Easy! If you don’t like the B on bass, you can also play a G — it sounds great.
The next chord is a straight G chord, which I like to play in the root position, so the notes are G – B – D.
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Then you just finish to C, also in the root position. Again, this chord shape keeps the melodic notes on the TOP, which is what you want, because your ear naturally hears the top notes as melodies.
The melody is the only thing that changes throughout the song from verse to chorus. The chords are IDENTICAL – although I played them in a different inversion for the chorus. Watch the lesson to see it.
I also like to add an octave to the bass for the chorus to help build it up, but you can do whatever you like.
Lisa Witt has taught piano for 19 years and during that time has helped hundreds of students learn to play the songs they love. Lisa received training in classical piano through the Royal Conservatory of Music, but she has since embraced popular music and plays by ear to accompany herself and others.
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